Tag Archive: los angeles

Mid-City: New Dishes at Little Next Door

It’s been a while since I’ve been to Little Next Door. It’s one of those staples on West Third in Mid-City known for casual French fare. I was invited in to check out… Continue reading

Chaya DTLA Welcomes New Chef Joji Inoue

  Chaya in Downtown Los Angeles welcomes new Executive Chef Joji Inoue and he has introduced a new menu. The sushi bar has been replaced with a kaisen seafood.   Chef Joji and Chaya decided… Continue reading

DTLA: Avery.Sing in Little Tokyo is Now Open

  Avery.Sing in Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles is now open. Touted as “Cal-Asian” eats, the cafe features everything from burritos to kimchi fried rice. Located in the former Green Bamboo space, the… Continue reading

DTLA: Going Big at Grand Central Market’s Madcapra

  Madcapra opened at Grand Central Market about six weeks ago and it’s already the talk of Downtown Los Angeles for their falafel.   If you go with a friend and can’t decide… Continue reading

Where to Drink for Negroni Week in Los Angeles

Negroni Week this year is June 1-7. Participating bars from around the world have picked their favorite charity to donate $1 for every Negroni sold during Negroni Week. All have chosen worthy charities… Continue reading

Koreatown: KBBQ at Jjukku Jjukku

  Jjukku Jjukku is one of the latest Korean BBQ restaurants to hit Koreatown. The Ktown joint was initially not all-you-can-eat but quickly found people love bargains. They have three options; $12.99, $19.99… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Soup Bazaar

  Soup Bazaar opened a few months ago in Downtown Los Angeles. It replaced a rotisserie chicken place I kept meaning to check out but never did. And for the same general reasons… Continue reading

DTLA: Pasta at Maccheroni Republic

  Macherroni Republic gets warm support from the Downtown Los Angeles community. DTLA residents and office workers alike flock to this slightly hidden gem located across the street from Grand Central Market. I’ve… Continue reading

Have You Checked Out the San Antonio Winery Lately?

Have you visited the San Antonio Winery lately? Surprisingly being a native, I had never visited the Los Angeles winery that’s been open since 1917. At one time, Los Angeles was a bustling… Continue reading

DTLA: The Next Art of Charcuterie Classes at Cafe Pinot on April 11

  Cafe Pinot is now offering charcuterie classes called the Art of Charcuterie.  I love cooking classes and I attended the first one last month and the next one on summer style sausages is… Continue reading